Fun Island Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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Our last stop in India before departing for a few days in Singapore on the way home. The flight from Varanasi yesterday was smooth and on time and took just on 2 hours. Mumbai is a huge city with a population of 27 million, growing by 30,000 people a day. It was an hour journey from the airport in cars this time. Our luggage was on top of the ...
... are actually structures carved from the vertical face of the Charanandri hills and are a series of Buddhist, Hindu and Jain temples, viharas and mathas. These awe-inspiring and incredible structures were built between the 5th and 10th Centuries and demonstrate the religious harmony that was found during this ...
... and a latte and I was overlooking Marine Drive, also known as the Queen's Necklace. I felt at my absolute happiest at that moment. The past 2 weeks of toil (I know it's been a dream but go with me for a moment) were all forgotten, yet appreciated so much more. How sad. You can take the girl out of the western world... I'm sad I'm so materialistic but at least I'm honest...
Anyway, after breakfast, we had a tour of the entire city!! It was quick but 'wowsies'. I ...
... and so many tourists visiting with unsustainable tourism practices mean that there are concerns for the future of this important monument. Other threats faced include potential natural disasters and there is some concern that there is no risk preparedness for these natural calamities. There ...
It was time to leave Mumbai and head over to the symposium, which is taking place in Manipal / Udupi. As it turns out taking trains is very complicated if you don't have a tourist visa, which we don't (conference visa), so we booked tickets for an over-night bus instead. Little did we know what lay ahead of us! 18 hours on a bus full of bunk beds is not anyones idea of comfort. We waited, unwillingly baking in the sun, for a long time, maybe 40 minutes ...